EU expands sanctions on Iran

EU expands sanctions on Iran

There are 3 comments on the Christian Science Monitor story from Oct 18, 2012, titled EU expands sanctions on Iran. In it, Christian Science Monitor reports that:

In this April 2008 file photo, Iranian oil technician Majid Afshari checks the oil separator facilities in Azadegan oil field, near Ahvaz, Iran.

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Kamran kia

Bolton, UK

#1 Oct 18, 2012
Sanctions are like strang holds the olden day armies did on another army to force them to accept defit by starving the people, and the leaders of the enemy in to submission before attaking when they are at their weekest. Bit if an attack is not planed soon let me tell you that the resort full people under sanction will use it to their benefit and will start producing all they need to survive and will rearm in a more vigorous way.
I was once told in a fight don't use a wapon if you don't.meen to use it because if the enemy takes it from you be sure he will finish you. In conclusion let me tell you I know the Iranian doctorin is peace but if it is war you want than stop the sanction and reteric let finish it for every ones sake we are all tired of all these wards and sanctions it started 35 years ago by refusing to support the shah during the uprising and there after it is time to eighther recognize iran as a power or silence it.
pigbennis

Las Vegas, NV

#2 Oct 18, 2012
It's just one big political game and Israel is behind the scene just watching the players... Israels pawns and kings Europe and the untied states.....
Tim

Cottbus, Germany

#3 Oct 19, 2012
it is crime against Iranian nation and against as country.

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